Joyce Williams

Two non-Pegue productions were brought in: a pair of Joyce Williams singles that bore the credit "Produced by Topps Enterprises. Chicago jazz bassist Richard Evans, a prolific arranger at Chess Records and A&R head for its jazz subsidiary Cadet beginning in September of '67, wrote Joyce's "The First Thing I Do In The Morning," a slice of subtly funky soul seductively spotlighting William's deep, sensuous pipes. It was first issued on the Act IV label earlier in 1972, but the Nickel edition had just a touch of Pegue, remixed slightly but distinctively.

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